Laibach conducted its first tour of North America in 1989, two years before the disintegration of its mother country, Yugoslavia. It was called "Sympathy for the Devil Tour". The following two extensive tours happened in 1992 and in 1997. Then came the attack on WTC, the avenging wars on Afghanistan and Iraq, and the universal offensive against terrorism, events which radically marked the new millennium - but also tightened the doors to the USA for many foreigners. Despite that, in election year 2004, in a tensely divided atmosphere between President Bush and Democratic candidate Kerry, Laibach successfully slipped again into the country to carry out their latest 15-concert North American tour. The first stop was in Washington, D.C., only a gunshot from the White House and only one day after the election results had been announced. In the air was a feeling of uneasiness, dark clouds covered the sky and rain fell all day... The film is a unique document of the Laibach tour, set during the traumatic post-election atmosphere in the USA, a country deeply divided by two opposite political and cultural poles. The tour has therefore been named "The Divided States of America Tour".